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    Default How long after bloody show did you go into labor?

    Hey lovelies just wondering if you can share your experiences please

    Yesterday lunch time at 39+5 I had a bloody show, was quiet bright red blood. Not a normal thing for me in pregnancy and the maternity unit wanted to assess me as it wasnt mucusy. All was normal the MW said and I was sent home *. Ever since I've had blood tinged discharge and a few spots of blood but no contractions or anything.

    *Baby has gone from 2/5 engaged to 3/5 but no cervix changes.

    I'm just wondering how long it was between your bloody show and labour starting? Getting very much over the hyperemesis

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    Hopefully labour isn't too far away. I never got a show. My waters broke and an hour later I was in labour.

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    With DS I was having V pain, I was in absolute agony but knew it wasn't labour. I went to the hospital and bled right before the doctor assessed me. I was admitted to hospital that night, and it took another 36-48 hours for my waters to break after that.

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    My show was just bright red blood too, no mucus. I woke up having back labour & had my show then.

    Hope this is the start of everything for you, good luck!

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    woohoo sounds like things are happening

    i lost my plug on a friday, waters broke saturday night, had #1 sunday night...

    best of luck, i have followed your journey and im in awe of you

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartstringz View Post
    My show was just bright red blood too, no mucus. I woke up having back labour & had my show then.

    Hope this is the start of everything for you, good luck!

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    Same! To get from early labour to active labour was about 18 hours after my show though.

    Good luck Op!

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    I can't help. My show, plug and waters happened 5 hrs into labour then gave birth an hour later

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    I only had a bloody show with one of four babies, my second. I'd woken up with light 7 minutes contractions and had a few shows over the course of the morning. The contractions stayed the exact same until about 8pm that night and I was 6cm upon arrival at hospital at 11:30 wit Ds being born at 3:30am

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    Thanks girls, it's been 72hrs now so I'm guessing nothing is going to happen anytime soon, most of what I've read says a few hours to a day or so

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